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E Power Warrior Gaming Case 

Manufacturer: E Power Technology
Supplied by: E Power Technology
Price: $98.00

by Brian Tiller (11/17/2004)

Introduction

Custom cases are far from being a new idea. Ever since the first geek took a Dremel in hand, the computer case world has never been the same. For whatever reason, there are literally thousands of cases of all configurations and looks, to choose from. E Power Technology sent us over their new gaming chassis design, the Warrior so we can add one more to choose from. It has a decidedly unique exterior look to it and several features that are definitely worth checking out. Let's get the ball rolling and find out what this case has to offer.

Specifications:

  • Observed Dimensions: 430 x 200 x 450mm

  • Observed Weight: 8.6 kgs

  • Construction: Steel

  • Drive Bays: (4) 5.25" External
                    (4) 3.5" Internal
                    (2) 3.5" External

  • Fans: Included (1) 80mm rear exhaust fan
                         (2) 80mm side intake fan 

  • Included 450W PSU (PCI-Express ready)

  • Front USB/Audio ports

  • Windowed side panel with metal mesh covering (for radiation reduction, according to E Power's website specifications)

  • Lighted and color changing side panel and front bezel

  • On/Off button for lighted panel (very cool)

  • Lighted panel stays on after computer is turned off

  • Magnetic door hook 

  • Optional CPU air duct

As I said above, there are some decidedly unique aspects to this case, which will be fun to check out.

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